Posts Tagged ‘indie’
Pink Feathers, fresh off a hectic run of touring with RAC, yesterday blessed us her debut EP: Invisible Lines. Displaying her signature take on bubblegum pop, the Portland resident soars on The Feeling’s Gone – a collaboration with Austin indie darlings SPEAK backed by sugary bleeps and bloops. Showcasing her versatility, Like You Do pulls from more indie rock influences, flush with classic vocal harmonies and guitar licks.
Los Angeles indie band White Arrows have just came out with a new single “We Can’t Ever Die,” mixed with funky vibes, vibrant synths, and embracing lead vocals. Make sure to take a listen because this is one tune you can’t miss out on.
Two months ago the UK’s H A R T E B E E S T. put out Drums a catchy indie electronic single and now the duo get remixes to the already great track by two artists that fit oh so well with that original song. Mura Musa give it a more bass heavy remix while Vancouver’s WMNSTUDIES add their Tropical House touch adding to the already great indie sound. Stream above!
Posted by @Hernandizzle
The Fools Gold house lady is coming to Vancouver this Thursday at Shine and we’re giving away 4 pairs, yes PAIRS of tickets to the show. All you gotta do is email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject as “Anna Lunoe”. Winners announced Thursday noon! Stream some Anna tracks below and make sure to enter!
The first release of 2014 for Vancouver homeboy Pat Lok features local heroes Bear Mountain. ‘Same Hearts’ is a fun vocal house jam, accompanied by three remixes from Oxford (as featured on Goldroom’s recent Beatport broadcast), Ride The Universe, and Shelby Grey. You can cop the OG mix for **free**, while the other mixes are available on all major digital distributors. Early support from Goldroom, Cosmo Baker, Drop Out Orchestra, Mighty Mouse, and Cyclist.
Loving the latest offering from Vancouver / Portland’s Wake Owl.
Wake Owl will release their debut full length album The Private World of Paradise, produced by Richard Swift (Tennis, Foxygen), on March 4th, 2014 via Rezolute Music. Canadian tour starts February 26th.
posted by @tristanorchard
Elizabeth Rose’s The Good Life is easily one of the most slept on tracks of 2013. In case you missed it the first time, it recently received a massive club treatment from Emoh Instead – aka half of What So Not (the other half being Flume). That build and drum fill, seriously. The original can’t be improved upon, for which you can blame Shazam’s production, but guaranteed this is gonna be an anthem for whoever plays it. One of my favorite singles of 2013.
posted by @pat_lok
Ladies and gentleman — Jonny Dylan Hughes, without the “H” thank you very much. Hughes does a few different things, which make him sexier as an artist. He has a couple different music projects and dabbles in graphic design and runs a style blog as well. The music? Your share of high quality indie-electro rock; worth checking out. A good mix of local acts like Teen Daze, Young Liars, etc… throw a bit of Beach House in there and you’ve got Hughes’ recipe.
Reviewed by @JcBizzy